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I wouldn't expect to see NDAs in the bible. They are properly for protecting commercial secrets. Motor cars and telephones aren't in the bible either. Neither are Baptists, Anglicans or Plymouth Brethren.
https://www.theguardian.com/law/2019/mar/03/ban-on-gagging-clauses-non-disclosure-agreements-work?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other Exclusive Brethren have (ab)used NDAs, not for their intended purpose of protecting commercial secrets, but to stop former organisation members from speaking about non-business ma...
Shiny new website, same old deceits, Young people can go to university? No they can't. They can do the odd course, through online courses after which they can work in brethren businesses. So they still can't chose the subject they wish to study. They still can't be teachers, or musicians, or doctors...
- Thu Jan 24, 2019 9:09 am
- Forum: News
- Topic: Exclusive Brethren ‘cult’ sues over publication of sermons
- Replies: 4
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Any organisation which is partly funded by the taxpayer must be held to scrutiny. That is particularly true when that organisation is secretive, high maintenance and contoversial. The PBCC deny that they are secretive but their actions in trying to to both silence critics and suppress the analysis o...
https://www.theguardian.com/education/2019/jan/17/ofsted-inspections-find-three-steiner-schools-to-be-inadequate?CMP=Share_iOSApp_Other Please see in particular the penultimate paragraph. Isn't the SIS the body which inspects PBCC schools? Do they now get proper OFSTED? commissioned Ofsted to carry ...
I was wondering just what caused the RRT's seeming obsession with sausages. I turned to the PBCC's traditional choice of newspaper in the UK and found this from 7 August this year: Sausages are classed as a processed meat (anything that has been cured, salted, smoked, or preserved) – and, according ...
- Tue Nov 06, 2018 4:23 pm
- Forum: Satire and Humour
- Topic: You Couldn't Make It Up!
- Replies: 65
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Not really run like the Red Cross: